Pamphlet on the political responsibilities of intellectuals in the late 1940s by one of the "victims" of the Hollywood blacklist. (Though when one reads this, it does sort of make one wonder...) KF4750 Topic: Civil rights -- United States. Communists -- United States.
"THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE. THE author has divided his work into five parts ; namely: Civil and Religious Liberty; Analysis of Protestantism ; Catholicism and Protestantism Reviewed ; Catholicism and Protestantism in the War for Independence; and Catholicism itself. He has labored with zeal in the hope of making his work instructive and edifying, and he trusts that he has attained the end sought..." Digitized by Google. Topics: Catholics -- United States -- History, Catholics -- United States -- Attitudes, Catholic Church --...
byUnited States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Senate Resolution 266
pts. 1-2. Labor espionage and strikebreaking -- pt. 3. Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Co.; National Metal Trades Assn. -- pt. 4. Corporations Auxiliary Co., Chrysler Corporation -- pts. 5-6. Labor espionage -- pt. 7. Labor espionage: General Motors Corporation (Concluded); Open-shop activities: American Bridge Company; Industrial munitioning: Federal Laboratories, Inc. -- pt. 8. Labor espionage: Wm. Burns International Detective Agency; Strikebreaking: RCA Manufacturing Company; Anti-union... Topics: Industrial relations -- United States, Strikes and lockouts -- United States, Police, Private --...